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according to my best research, nobody is reading my blog today

Well I'm trying to move on as I mentioned before... now as for everyone else I can only hypothesise that you are failing to compete in the cute animal pic on Friday leagues... What happened to the foxes?

Ah the foxes. They have moved on as well. I think the mother was hip to the constant human attention and cleared the brood out to less active pastures.

I had a look -- and if "nobody" is reading your blog, then I've got negative readers. Which is probably true if I deduct all the blogs I check out.

Re the DSCC thing: yeah. Henley has a better approach for Dems there than Schumer et al do.

Robin's just feeding my ego. See, I have a theory that I'm like the shock-jock of the blogosphere. People can't stand me so they tune in to see what rubbish I'm spouting.

"Wow that David Byron is an asshole. I'm gonna complain about him to the FCC. Who'd ever listen to this misogynistic prick anyway?

Yeah, absolutely.
What's he saying now?"

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